Our Global Board
Mehrdad is the Co-Founder, Chairman, and Group CEO of High Resolves. He is also the Chairman of Alchemy Growth, a boutique strategy advisory firm. Previously, he was an Executive Director at the CSIRO, and a partner at McKinsey & Company and co-leader of the Firm’s worldwide Growth Practice. He is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute.
Roya is the Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of High Resolves. She has a degree in architecture but has worked in many different design fields, from graphic and object design to typography. Throughout all her work, she has been passionate about creating transformative experiences through design.
David Gordon is the founder of Lexicon Partners Pty Limited, a boutique advisory and investment firm. He is also a director and significant shareholder in RCG Corporation Limited and is a former chairman of Network TEN. Prior to founding Lexicon, David was an M&A Partner of Freehills law firm.
Greg was formerly the CFO of Brambles, an ASX listed provider of supply chain solutions and information management through its two businesses CHEP and Recall. Previously, Greg was Group Managing Director and CEO of the Tenix Group, the CFO and interim CEO of AGL.
Vernon is a Managing Director of Mosaic Capital Partners, a Canadian-based private investment firm. Through 22 years in the investment industry, Vernon helped build several companies from start-up to acquisition or public listing, seven of which achieved valuations in excess of $100 million. Vernon sits on the boards of several public and private companies.
Dena’s has over 20 years of experience working at the intersection of nonprofit and for profit organizations and tech systems, including as Director of Human Capital and Investments at Omidyar Network and on the board for FUSE Corps. Dena’s passion is for discovering, advising and amplifying models that maximize social impact and leverage technology and innovative business models to scale.
Eduardo is the co-founder of Grupo Ibmec Educacional S.A, one of the most prestigious post-secondary education institutions in Brazil, with annual revenues of $70 million. Ibmec was sold to DeVry in 2015. Eduardo was Ibmec’s CEO for 11 years. Prior to that he was Managing Director of Unext.com in Sao Paulo, one of the largest and leading e-learning companies.